What is the first thing you would do or what is the first thing you would buy if you got a millionaire jackpot of more than 161 million of euros? Winning a prize and becoming a millionaire is the dream of any citizen who tries their luck with the lottery. Neil Trotter got hold of one of the UK’s biggest jackpots thanks to euromillions With which earned 108 million poundswhich means at the current exchange rate about 161 million euros.
This 45-year-old Briton became one of the biggest winners of a EuroMillions jackpot in 2014. Thanks to this prize, he skyrocketed his fortune to pocket more than 161 million euros, which he enjoyed indulging in important whims of great luxury.
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Neil Trotter, before he was a new millionaire, worked as a mechanic in Coulsdon, south London, according to reports the sun. And that was one of his great hobbies, cars. For this reason, the first thing that was bought as soon as he pocketed the prize were two vehicles, specifically a Jaguar and a Porsche. Also, bought a mansion that included its own lake.
His next investment was a house for his sister and he disbursed large quantities of money to help family and friends with financial problems. A few days after becoming a millionaire, Neil confessed that he began to get bored when he found himself unemployed and therefore decided to buy a house that he needs important reforms to occupy your spare time.
In search of new ‘hobbies’
A few days after becoming a millionaire, Neil confessed that he began to get bored when he found himself unemployed and therefore decided to buy a house that needs major reforms to occupy your spare time.
Speaking to the BBC, Neil assured that “it is impossible to hide 108 million pounds”, and defended that if you want to live your dreams “you have to make it public”, and joked with the large number of friends he has on social networks “everyone wants a bit of money”. Neil also took the opportunity to thank other big lottery winners for their support with advice on handling the big win through a kind of therapy and support group.
The record for the oldest euromillions win is still 230 million euros, won by a anonymous Briton on July 19, 2022. With that jackpot he surpassed the anonymous citizen of France, who held first place so far with 220 million euros.